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NEW DEVELOPMENTS; APPOINTMENTS & NEWS 11


Maidenhead regeneration plans get green light


A


redevelopment site in Maidenhead has been consented following approval in principle from the planning authority, as part of a wider plan to regenerate the area.


The plans put forward by the Royal Borough Development


Partnership, which was formed by Windsor and Maidenhead Council and Countryside Partnerships South, will see 229 new homes, alongside a community space and food and cafe outlets on the banks of Maidenhead’s waterways. The project on York Road is the first of four sites which will bring more


affordable homes for residents, and allow them an opportunity to purchase homes if they have lived or grown up in the borough. The rejuvenation of York Road includes a £1m investment to


enhance and improve existing buildings and the public realm, uniting areas of the town south of the library, and creating new pedestrian- friendly and cycle connections from York Road to the Nicholsons Centre. Of the additional 229 homes, there will be a mix of shared ownership,


affordable rent and social rent tenures, with 30 per cent of the homes being affordable. There will also be 20,000 ft2


of commercial space for food and


beverage outlets, a new home for Maidenhead Heritage Centre, and a community space.


THE REJUVENATION OF YORK ROAD INCLUDES A £1M INVESTMENT TO ENHANCE AND IMPROVE EXISTING BUILDINGS AND PUBLIC REALM


The team behind the project said that is expected to


start on the site in Spring 2019, with the first homes due to be completed by Autumn 2020.


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